side, glen hubbard, now a top economic adviser for mitt romney. his basic argument was the last dhoing when you have a recovery this week, as we saw with thions report friday, the recovery is very weak, four times as many people left the workforce as entered it. he said, you don't raise taxes. you don't raise taxes on anybody. i think this is something that the romney camp is going to have to find a better way of explaining, it is not a tax cut on the wealthy. they lowered tax rates. part of the problem, they won't say what deductions they will take away, so people don't have a sense that -- that the pain is going to be shared. as far as the democrats are concerned, they're say, this is just bush part 2, this is just a sequel to the bush administration, the tax cuts there, that helped explode the deficit and that's one of the reasons we are in the economic mess. if you liked where you were in 2008, romney will cake you back there. two very different arguments.